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Firm expanding program for free educational seminar series.

Engineers + Architects is celebrating the second anniversary of its free educational seminar series.

In addition to its own staff, the attendees have comprised a who's-who of building owners and managers representing 50 organizations including some of the region's largest public and privately held portfolios.

As specialists in exterior building envelope restoration, SUPERSTRUCTURES approaches their work as both an art and science.

Continuing education amplifies the firm's commitment to be the very best within its specialty. For many years, the firm has hosted presentations by manufacturers' technical representatives often alerting its staff to products "in-the-pipeline" before they become generally available.

Borrowing the philosophy that "an educated consumer is our best customer", SUPERSTRUCTURES began inviting its clients to the these presentations in 2002.

From modest beginnings the program has blossomed, currently averaging 30 guests who join its growing staff of more than 50 architects and engineers.

Currently, the firm is expanding the program by obtaining American Institute of Architectscertification to develop and present its own Continuing Education Unit programs.
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Date:Jan 26, 2005
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